LONDON, October 2 /PRNewswire/ -- Nokia's announcement to stop the development and marketing of Intellisync has shaken up the enterprise mobility market, and has left many companies looking for alternative solutions.
With DME - Excitor's mobility and device management solution, Excitor can offer an immediate help to Intellisync customers - and is ready to speak to any business needing advice or support.
Excitor can also initiate relationships with Intellisync partners which may now be left without a secure mobile device management solution in their product portfolio.
For Nokia customers requiring an immediate alternative, Excitor is able to migrate Intellisync licenses to DME licenses by the end of the year.
Excitor has experience in this type of exercise. During the past two years Excitor has added a considerable amount of larger, security-conscious customers which formerly used Intellisync, but have chosen to switch to Excitor's DME solution. DME has become recognised as the only solution on the market that offers the necessary security combined with central administration and support of a wide range of mobile phones. Indeed, Excitor offers the only encrypted e-mail client for Apple's iPhone in the market.
This position is supported by validation by analysts like Gartner and IDC which have recognised Excitor's position as one of the few qualified vendors to enterprise customers, and by a customer base that counts companies like Ericsson, Danske Bank and Ernst & Young. For more information about DME, please visit http://www.excitor.com
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